Next Starfield’s appearance during the Gamescom, hopes that the game is launched off the Xbox and PC platforms were revived once more people seeking leeway comments made by Bethesda. Pete Hines, senior vice president of global marketing for Bethesda, said during the event that was not as if people on platforms other than Xbox and PC could never return to play a game of Bethesda, a sentiment that has been repeated more than once before . That statement does not apply to Starfield, however, what Bethesda and Xbox have since said is indeed an exclusive Xbox and PC.
An interpretation of comments Hines shared on Twitter by a user who calls himself The Red Dragon began another round of Starfield talks exclusively on the platform this week and elicited responses from Hines and Aaron Greenberg, general marketing manager Xbox games. When asked if it was actually suggesting your comments Starfield could reach the PlayStation 5 at the future, Hines said that was not the case and suggested that those who tried to interpret his comments in that way were clutching at straws .
No, that’s not what he was suggesting. pic.twitter.com/fkoXql9FkI
- Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) August 30, 2021
Greenberg prepared a standardized response to the situation. He reiterated what Bethesda and Xbox have said in the past since Xbox Bethesda acquired the first to say that Starfield be released on Xbox and PC the first day and will be exclusive to those platforms. He reminded people that this had been said before and said it will not change in the future.
Starfield will be released exclusively on Xbox Series X | S and PC on 11 November 2022. Game Pass members can also play from the first day on Xbox and PC. I know I’ve said all this before and none of that has changed or will change. pic.twitter.com/CcNBcOKBeg
- Aaron Day one in Game Pass Greenberg ♂️ ???????? ???? U (@aarongreenberg) August 30, 2021
Hines apologized to the owners of PlayStation 5 on the past and acknowledged the frustration of not being able to play a game like Starfield on a PlayStation if that’s your favorite console. He also said at the time that there is not much [he] can do to respect, he echoed recent sentiments of Greenberg that these launch plans will not change in the future.
PlayStation owners still Deathloop , _ however, a game that could not be _Starfield but one that shows that some games Bethesda can still reach the PlayStation platform. Remains to be seen how often these things happen in the future, but the question to the least resolved to the best. Starfield is concerned.